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Digest of Charlton County Herald - April 1924

Compiled by Lois Barefoot Mays

April 4, 1924

PLAY TO BE PRESENTED. Local talent directed by Mrs. J.D. Roddenberry will present "A Poor Married Man", a play, next Friday. Those who will take part are T.L. Pickren, Brantley Roddenberry, Mrs. Dean, Neal Joyner, Pearl Allen and Helen Pickren. Proceeds will go to the Methodist Church Building Fund.

FOLKSTON METHODIST CHURCH. The Methodists have started work on their new building. Their old "lean-to" steeple, that has been an eye-sore to all the people in town, has been pulled down. The sides of the old building have been removed and everything is ready for the new work to begin. The new building is to be stucco with a metal roof. There will be six Sunday School rooms and the building is to be completed by the first of June. The Methodists are using the school building for their Sunday School and the Baptist Church for their church services.

LITTLE MILDRED RODGERS PAINFULLY BURNED. Mildred, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Rodgers, was painfully burned Monday by overturning a pot of boiling coffee. Her leg above the knee and her foot was so badly scalded that the skin came off when her clothing was removed. She is getting along as well as could be expected and soon hopes to take her place in the first grade, at which she is one of the brightest pupils.

April 11, 1924

WEDDING. A marriage announcement that will be interesting to their many friends is that of Mr. Ralph Johnson and Miss Julia Haddock who were united in holy wedlock Wednesday. Mr. Johnson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson and is a young man of many sterling qualities. The bride is the sister of Mr. J.S. Haddock and is a charming young lady.

BOARD OF TRADE ORGANIZED. A meeting was held in the auditorium Tuesday and a Folkston Board of Trade was organized. Col. McQueen was chosen chairman and G.A. Dean as secretary.

April 18, 1924

THE CITIZENS BANK. Statement of condition of the Citizens Bank at close of business March 31, 1924: Resources, $191,733.97.

April 25, 1924

LITTLE IMOGENE MCCLOUD MCQUEEN DIED. Little Imogene McCloud McQueen died at a hospital in Jacksonville last Saturday morning. The funeral was conducted at the home of Col. and Mrs. A.S. McQueen Sunday afternoon by Rev. L.E. Williams. Interment was in the Folkston cemetery. This tiny blossom of humanity came into the home of Col. and Mrs. A.S. McQueen two years ago the 26th of last January.

MR. GEORGE W. BRYANT DIED. Mr. Bryant died at his home at Traders Hill Sunday morning of pneumonia. He was buried at Traders Hill Cemetery Monday morning. He is survived by his widow and several children. Mrs. Bryant is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Joyner.

NEW BABY. A fine baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Powell on April 20.

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